The card is expected to be priced at around $570 and comes with goodies such as a 12 Phase PWM, unlocked bios, Military Class III components and as well as the all new MSI Twin Frozr IV cooler with Dust Removal Technology.
The cooler will have two 100mm fans that will help it achieve upto 16c lesser temps and 6.7 dBA lesser noise than the reference GTX 680 cooler.
The card on the other hand will pack 1536 CUDA cores with 2GB of GDDR5 memory across a 256 bit memory interface with the memory clock set at 6008 MHz effective. Display wise the card will have outputs of DVI-I, DVI-D, HDMI and a DisplayPort.
Powered by two 8-pin connectors, the card’s dimensions will be 270 × 129 × 38.75mm (width × depth × height).